The course is brief and very informative. It provides an overall idea regarding Microsoft Azure, project management and end-to-end machine learning from business understanding to deployment.
The teacher is extremely competent and clear in explaining even to those, like me, who are not expert on the topic; the course is well structured and provides rich and interesting contents
por BALAGAM S•
por Daniel F•
It is a good summary of Azure options to Artificial Intelligence (machine learning included) but it lacked some sort of "more caution" on details. Sometimes what instructor says and shows is different (in most of time is because he missed the right command and he follows with the correction without warning the viewer).
por Cláudio S•
IThe structure off the course nedds improvement , the exercises shoew be paced with the presentations video. The instructor make the presentations very fast, it is necessary to pause end rewind a lot of times. I really think, there is much to be improved in order to turn this course more pleasant.
It offers an insight of the azure machine learning, though some of the sections just provide the visual but not the information we can play with like the git repositories etc.
por Kamyar A•
It would have been better if It was more general and also for people who do not use MacBook some terminal commands were not clear
por Pratima v•
I am not satisfied with the way its been taught. The lectures are quite boring. It would have been made interesting.
por MOUAFEK A•
The hands-on lab's tutorials are limited but clear and informative!the mouse hover is horrible
por Alan L•
It is an introduction, more similiar a quick view of the process. It is not well explained.
por Ashutosh K•
The instructor only reads the presentation. No explanation provided by him on any topic.
por John B•
There should be a pre-req statement regarding ML model development or methods.
por YOLIMA L C G•
No era muy clara las explicaciones, los videos no eran de mucha ayuda
por Biju B•
Best course for beginners.
You can earn the knowledge well.
por Yhair T V•
Some excercises use old or deprecated tools or packages
por Ravi P•
Lacked quality compared to the GCP and AWS courses.
por Ariel F B•
Poor video edition.
Could use programming exercises.
por Carlos G•
Its outdate, can expand more about producction ML
por Aquila T•
It's too advanced for me
por Bryan A C•
some parts are boring
por Akshay M•
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por Balpreet S•
when a student wants to learn a course other than its institute or college, he/she wants to find a course which is interesting and doesn't get bored but this course only have PPT's which were described a by a voice which many a time goes up and down. And makes it boring for a student. Secondly there are many things which the teacher thinks that the student already knows, but there were many things which aren't properly explained. Just kept on dragging,. Try to make the course interactive.
I have done a course in data camp (" Introduction to python" & "Web Scraping" courses ) and trust me there presentation and way of teaching was so simple that the person who have basics of knowledge in this field can easily understand, and they made it very much interactive so the students doesn't get bored. Hope you understand my feedback.
por Jeff S•
Pros: explores technical details of Azure development tools, not just a high-level overview
useful Jupyter NB files containing pre-written code for implementing Azure tools, meaning students don't have to begin practicing from scratch
Cons: in the video lectures, the instructor almost always reads slides word-for-word, with no additional information or clarification
quizzes seemed to ask questions arbitrarily, to the point of asking questions about obscure and trivial topics
por Khaled E•
Useful course as introduction to ML flow on Azure. However, the hands on part is really weak, The instructor keeps showing the steps on his screen, the students is not really required to perform any programming work except for the first modules.
por Stephan H•
This course has many errors it seems. Within the videos there are many explainations missing - sometimes it seems just the output of the screen is being read to the audience.